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Americans can have the tough conversations on the future of America without censorship. Free speech can be ugly at times, but essential to the health of our Constitutional Republic.
MANHATTAN, IL, April 26, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Jack Lombardi, running for the Republican nomination for Illinois' 14th Congressional District praised Elon Musk's purchase of Twitter heralding it as a triumph for free speech. Lombardi said this was a blow to progressive censors who have been using Twitter and other social media platforms to advance their radical agenda and silence conservatives. He pointed to Twitter's block of the New York Post's story on Hunter Biden's laptop prior to the election which Twitter claimed was a false story but has been proven to be true. He also mentioned Twitter's biased way of banning conservative users like the former President Donald J. Trump and the parody site, Babylon Bee while allowing such individuals as Vladimir Putin, China's President Xi, and Iran's Ayatollah Khamenei to use Twitter to spread their propaganda and hate filled lies.
"Twitter was supposed to be America's online townhall for debate, but progressives used it as a tool to advance their agenda and stifle conservative voices," said Jack Lombardi. "Now with Elon Musk's purchase of Twitter, Americans can have the tough conversations on the future of America without censorship. Free speech can be ugly at times, but essential to the health of our Constitutional Republic.
"This should serve as a wake-up call for progressives, Americans are tired of being told unless they agree with the liberal elite, they do not count," concluded Lombardi. "Today Twitter's reign of terror against Americans has ended, let's hope other social media platforms follow suit."
Lombardi's story is that of an ordinary Chicagoan with exceptional zeal who broke the norm, building a better life with the resources he had at hand. Today, he is a successful businessman with vast experience in leading diverse teams to a common goal of success.
A natural entrepreneur, Lombardi earned his first money at age 8 selling soda on a neighborhood street corner. He started his first business, Lombardi Trucking, by age 22 and has never looked back. Currently, Lombardi owns Chicago's premiere digital marketing company and runs multiple internet companies.
Born and bred on Chicago's southwest side, Lombardi went to nearby St. Laurence High School and later attended Northwestern Business College. He is proud to be the husband of Sharon Lombardi and father of his son Jack III and daughter, Summer.
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